Investing in social infrastructure in Europe can lead to positive impact-based outcomes for communities and the environment. By bringing impact- focused private capital to the social infrastructure space, the community and environmental performance of these assets can be markedly improved. Our Real Assets team proposes a three-step framework that allow not just measurement, but management of impact from social infrastructures.
SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE DEFINED
Social infrastructure is de ned as the physical assets that facilitate social services. Examples include health- care and education facilities, social and affordable housing, and buildings related to justice, emergency and civic services. One recently published report by the European Long-Term Investors Association (ELTI) highlights the importance of social infrastructure: “High-quality social infrastructure provides benefits to individuals and communities and improves social cohesion…”
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